asiaone.com, the number was based on National Registration Department as of October 9th.
The Malaysian Women, Family and Community Development Ministry is taking these steps to combat teen pregnancies:
- Introduction of Reproduction Health and Social Education programme
- Teaching of Social and Reproductive Healh Education to National Service trainees.
- kafe@Teen centres to provide counselling for youth aged 13-24.
- Plans to incorporate sex education for Year Six to Form 3 students.
What are the roles of parents in combating teen pregnancies?
What about the teens? Are they aware of the consequences of their sexual activities like pregnancies and STDs?
Share your thoughts.
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